Rico Lewis’ starting position for Arsenal’s Premier League match against Manchester City has been announced

Rico Lewis’ starting position for Arsenal’s Premier League match against Manchester City has been announced

In the lead-up to the official announcement of team news, sources have confirmed that Rico Lewis will start for Manchester City against Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.


This season’s first Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester City will take place.

Pep Guardiola’s team hopes to defeat the Gunners and claim their fourth consecutive title by defeating them to the English top flight.


In recent weeks, City’s performance has been inconsistent.

In the third round of the Carabao Cup and the Premier League, respectively, they suffered two straight losses to Newcastle United and Wolves.



On the other hand, Pep Guardiola and his team were able to recover with a victory against RB Leipzig away from home in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

Goals from Phil Foden, Julian Alvarez, and Jeremy Doku registered a 1-3 win to move City three points clear at the top of their group.


Pep Guardiola has confirmed that John Stones is not ready to play against the Gunners despite having returned to full first-team training earlier this week and being included on the substitutes’ list in Germany.

This comes ahead of Arsenal’s matchup with Manchester City in North London.



According to the most recent information, Kevin De Bruyne’s recovery from hamstring surgery will keep him out until early 2024. Rodri is playing in the final game of a three-game suspension and has been given an early holiday by the team.



Pep Guardiola’s starting lineup and matchday squad have been teased by a number of sources prior to the announcement of the official and confirmed starting lineups at the Emirates Stadium.


Rico Lewis will have the chance to build on a hugely impressive performance in midweek by starting once more for Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon, according to information provided by X user FPLMaineRoad.


Pep Guardiola gave the 18-year-old the go-ahead to attack at the Red Bull Arena, where he excelled in a central midfield position.

He also provided a key assist for Phil Foden’s game-opening goal.


At roughly 15:30 BST on Sunday, managers Mikel Arteta of Arsenal and Pep Guardiola are expected to announce their respective starting lineups.



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